Mine Sweeper Apps Honor Black Friday in USA and Thanksgiving in Korea

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[prMac.com] Coldbrook, Canada - American Thanksgiving is here in Korea and Daniel Massicotte is celebrating. All four of Dan's Mine Sweeper iPhone apps have been updated to present users with fresh new games, updated from the server.

Dan has two different Mine Sweeper apps available. Each app has its own background and purpose for having been added to the iTunes app store.

On the one hand, Mine Sweeper Maniac was designed to give users an experience of playing 10 nigh-on impossible levels, starting easy. The game is not for the feint of heart and caters to players who have the required patience to play non stop. The game features a special "stealth mode" allowing users to restart the game automatically and move forward through the levels with greater ease. There have been a small handful of users who have made it to the final level.

Mine Sweeper II on the other hand was built with the intention of proving Daniel's prowess to his brother, Steve. Dan built the app intending to show his younger brother who was the king at both playing Mine Sweeper and creating a game of his own. Growing up, Steve always beat Dan on the mine hunt, lording his victory over his eldest brother, Daniel.

Both apps have been updates to celebrate the upcoming Black Friday specials currently present across the United States.

Based in Coldbrook, Canada. Daniel Massicotte has been making iPhone apps since 2011 and has no intention of slowing down. He pursues game making with passion and a love for games. His latest game featuring a rat running across a pizza dodging an angry cook's knives and harpoons. The game will be available in 2 weeks.Copyright (C) 2011 Daniel Massicotte. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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